The most common causes of running-based injuries are overuse, previous injury and biomechanics. Our running analysis will identify yours.

‘Overuse ‘can mean increases in mileage, frequency or intensity that are too large or too rapid for the system to deal with, resulting in breakdown and injury. This can also include inadequate recovery time between sessions.

Whether you’re a professional athlete or you’ve just started a couch to 5k training plan, correcting your form will only work wonders for you and your running. Whatever level you are, with our running analysis you’ll be less likely to pick up an injury and you will see a noticeable difference in your performance.

Previous injury, particularly to muscles, is a risk factor for further injury. This can be caused by movement patterns that place higher stresses on certain structures. Alternatively, previous injury can lead to changes in movement patterns or compensations that may increase the likelihood of further injury.

By Using state of the art GAIT analysis technology, balance testing and treadmill analysis we can analyse you’re running patterns. We do this through high speed measurement and high sensor resolution which offers a detailed view of the pressure distribution and foot movement. Once we have measured the pressure points in your feet, we can start to collect personal and bespoke data. We can then use this data to put a personalised plan in place to correct your form and help you sty injury free.

what to expect

further information about visiting us for a physiotherapy session, from what we treat to what you should expect and how to prepare can be found below.

what physiotherapy helps?

Our range of services and treatments is huge given the experience our staff have in their respective fields. We’ve seen it all!

To give you an idea of the range of physio treatments we offer, we have put together a list of the most common issues we deal with on a daily basis:

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Knee Injuries

Shoulder Injuries

Sports Related Injuries


How to prepare for a session

Aside from a positive attitude, you should bring the following items to one of our physiotherapy sessions:

Suitable Clothing
e.g; Shorts, Strappy top, Sportswear etc.

(if you require them to read forms)

Medical History
Please remember to inform us of any prior or ongoing medical problems that you have even if you think they seem unrelated to the pain you are seeking treatment for.

our aim here at summit is to keep our clients relaxed, and for them to enjoy their time with us. out staff are friendly and more than happy to answer any questions you may have on your condition and treatment.

Each new client/condition will have an initial consultation where one of our skilled clinicians will take a detailed and confidential history and physical assessment. Then, using Summit’s education board, we will explain why the condition has occurred, allowing you to properly understand the cause of your pain/problem.

From here a relevant, evidence-based and up-to-date treatment plan can be put into action.

You will be given a home exercise programme (HEP) at the end of the session, in conjunction with your treatment. Not only will this maximise the benefits of the treatment and, it will allow you to self-manage your symptoms where possible.

Summit also promotes positive lifestyle behaviours by teaching individuals to self-manage their condition, which improves confidence, sense of wellbeing and quality of life.

With these new acquired skills, we can give you a long-term solution so you can prevent reoccurrence of your condition and return to activity with confidence.

Summit physiotherapy is committed to its clients and expects commitment from them in return. All of our clients must realise that their rehabilitation and recovery requires a team effort.

Above all, we are here to help you get better and give you the confidence to embrace the treatment. A happy client means a quicker recovery, and that’s what we provide here at Summit.

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Wrightington Hotel
& Country Club,


David Lloyd Health Club,
Moss Lane,

get in touch...

Our network of clinics is based in Lancashire and is run by our team of dedicated practitioners.

The address details for each clinic are listed below for appointments, for general enquiries or anything you'd like to know prior to booking, please use the contact form or email us and we'll be in touch ASAP!

Alternatively, we can be reached on 0800 731 2738

Wrightington Hotel & Country Club, Wigan, WN6 9PB

David Lloyd Health Club, Moss Lane, PR6 8AB

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